The climb of a health management expert : Timothy Argeroplos
After the 2020 pandemic i believe that we all agree that healthcare professionals are more important than ever. That’s why today i want to talk someone who impressed the local community with his dedication to helping others while improving himself as a medical management leader.
Timothy Argeroplos and the rise of a medical professional: Not afraid of challenges he took on many leadership positions and volunteer positions, including Orientation Advisor, Anatomy Teaching Assistant, and on the board for the medical honor society. He received many rewards for research poster presentations and was responsible for initiating a clinical trial during residency.
Timothy Argeroplos also does a lot of volunteer activity, helping communities and the ones in need. Educated and screened the local community for HIV. Used clinical interviewing skills to determine risk factors. Volunteer with local church at Grace Care Mobile Soup Kitchen, to serve the impoverished community of Long Island, providing hot meals and basic groceries.
Initiated a clinical trial on the efficacy of metoclopramide shortening the duration of labor with epidural pain management. Responsible for IRB protocol development and departmental grant proposal. Researched previous clinical trials to be presented at conferences. Responsible for patient follow up relaying laboratory and medical imaging results. Answered medical questions under the direction of the PA/MD on staff. Called in prescriptions to local pharmacies and handled insurance denial/coverage issues.
About Timothy Argeroplos : As a young physician, seeking a new non clinical career path, I can bring highly effective interpersonal communication skills from my time as a resident physician to any field. Have a proven track record in leadership positions from medical school to present. Incredibly resilient and determined to make a difference in the healthcare sector. Have proven performance in the medical research field, developing early stage clinical trial protocols through IRB approval.